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  • GMD08004

    Decision notified date: 15/01/2008

    To develop potential therapies for cancer by identifying human proteins targeted by the immune system

  • GMD07080

    Decision notified date: 14/01/2008

    To develop genetically modified Escherichia coli, yeast, mammalian and fish cell lines to study cellular processes, tumour immunology and survival

  • GMD07078

    Decision notified date: 13/12/2007

    To identify genes involved in vertebrate growth, development and human disease (with particular reference to human foetal and neonatal development) utilising st…

  • GMD07072

    Decision notified date: 24/10/2007

    To investigate the expression of mutated superantigens that are no longer T cell mitogens and antigenic fragments from truncated proteins from a variety of sour…

  • GMD07071

    Decision notified date: 23/10/2007

    To genetically modify low risk category 1 host organisms to facilitate the characterisation of membrane proteins and the generation of high affinity antibodies

  • GMC07009

    Decision notified date: 02/10/2007

    To import stably transfected human and mammalian cell lines to study the biochemical and molecular mechanisms of disease and the effects of therapeutic treatmen…

  • GMD07041

    Decision notified date: 20/09/2007

    The aim of the research is to analyse genes and regulatory sequences from various insects or plants to determine their functions in developmental or biochemical…

  • GMD07048

    Decision notified date: 07/08/2007

    To identify genes involved in the molecular physiology of the eye (with particular reference to amino acid and ion transport in eye tissues and cataract formati…

  • GMD07047

    Decision notified date: 06/08/2007

    To understand the role of yeast genes in fermentation in order to improve efficiency of fermentation with particular reference to the production of biofuels

  • GMD07037

    Decision notified date: 03/07/2007

    To identify genes involved in vertebrate development and human genetic disease utilising standard transformation and cloning technologies